Synopsis by Jonathan Crow
Like Girls' Night Out (1999) and Lies (1999), this South Korean drama seeks to transgress that country's conservative social codes through sex. The film focuses on two free-spirited punkettes with dyed yellow hair, Una (Lee Jae-eun) and Sang-hee (Kim Ki-yeon), who pick up average salary man Yeong-kyu (Kim Hyeon-chul) and take him back to their suburban studio for a three-way shagfest. Later, Yeong-kyu continues his affair with a comely middle-class colleague. In his absence, Una gets an illegal abortion, and the pair grows increasingly jealous of Yeong-kyu's mistress. Though lacking the sinus-clearing eroticism of Lies, this film is joyously edgy, violent, and antisocial.
abortion, class-system, eroticism, extramarital-affair, mistress, sex, suburbs